Pat - I can't even wait to upload the photos before I post the review! This is a FABULOUS recipe! I'm so enjoying this for an afternoon snack!! I followed your instructions exactly and it all worked out perfectly. I started the eggs once the apple mixture started to boil and everything finished out right on time! Served with frozen vanilla yogurt and I'm set. Now I have to figure out how much I really want to share! Tagged in Newest Zaar Tag and also using photos for the Apple A Day Photo Forum Event for October! This is a HIT and deserves 10 stars ********** !!!!
Good winter pudding and really easy to do. Mine was apple and peach and everyone enjoyed it.
This was every bit as good as the photos suggest! I followed Paula G's tips and used gluten free flour and baked in a 10 inch cast iron skillet. I used a mix of apples and 2 fresh pears. I cut down on the sugar (1/3 cup) and it tasted great. I didn't have any ice cream on hand so I topped with Greek plain yogurt. Thanks Pat, for posting.
I made this using a combination of apples. The flour was a gluten free all-purpose blend. It turned out perfect. It was served with vanilla ice cream and the dusting sugar omitted. Everyone gave it rave reviews. Thanks Pat for posting.
Oh yes! This is a yummy pudding and so easy to make. My husband has scored it a 5 and so do I; definitely a keeper. We had it with custard and as there are just the two of us there are leftovers for tomorow waiting in the fridge, mmmm:-)
WOW! Has gone very fast. We did not need ice cream or custand as it was soooo goood!
I did not have a lot of time. For this reason I heated the apples in the microwave (10 minutes, high power) directly in the mold and in the meanwhile prepared the dough. Cooked only 20 minutes by 220°C (higher temperature). Easy and fast.
Thanks a lot for posting this recipe!
Easy and oh so delicious. I used canned apples and regular sugar instead of the caster sugar. I loved the flavors and texture of this yummy treat. I will be making this recipe often. Thanks for sharing. Made for Oct 2010 Aus/NZ Swap.
This is so yummy. I used white sugar instead of caster sugar. I liked that the apples kept their shape. Thanks I'mPat :) Made for Market tag game
Great treat here without a ton of sugar or fat, until I added the ice cream, lol!!! I made 1/4 of the recipe and it worked out great. Made for your win in the Tic Tac Toe Games Event.
What a hidden gem! I had lots of tips from poster and reviewers as well so I didn't mess it up ( I took the laptop into the kitchen). Too many details for me, as I like fast and easy recipes, but it was so worth it. This will be my special autumn desert. Thank you.